The Bloodhound

Start by submerging five or six halved organic strawberries in 500ml of Juniper Green Gin in a sealed glass container. Allow this to infuse for 4-6 days.  When the gin has turned pink and has taken on a distinct strawberry smell, combine 2 ounces of the infused gin, 1 ounce of Cocchi Americano and 1…

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The Gin Daisy

This organic twist on this old-time classic does away with the grenadine, using a house-made pomegranate syrup instead. Historic cocktail enthusiasts will note that this is not much of a departure: modern grenadine is artificially-flavored and colored, but the traditional (and far superior) ingredients are just pomegranate, sugar and water.  To make this delicious syrup,…

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The Historic Caruso

The Caruso is a storied historical cocktail dating back to 1907, but the version of it that survives today hinges on cringe-inducing artificially-flavored liqueur. This version takes us back to a time when mixology was an art and mint was made from, well, mint. Begin by making a mint simple syrup.  To do so, chop…

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The Hokkaido

This classic gin cocktail takes its name from Japan’s northernmost prefecture, and combines the very best of the west and east. To make it, combine an ounce and a half of Juniper Green Gin, one once of sake, and half an ounce of fresh squeezed organic orange juice in a shaker with ice. Shake and…

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The Juniper Americano

Not to be confused with any cocktail involving Campari, any coffee drink involving adding water, or any great nation west of the UK, this unique cocktail is pure England and Italy, named for its two spirit ingredients. To make it, combine 1.5 oz Juniper Green and 1.5 oz Cocchi Americano Rosa in a lowball glass…

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